Whether you love to work with a kit or create your own dream color palette, inside any one of my Block of the Month programs you’ll see some fun resources.
In this post you’ll see the incredible Wildflower Colorways for the 2021 Wildflower BOM as well as a sneak peek into the DIY planning worksheets available for members.
Watch this post as a video here.
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About the color Resources
For those of you who are looking to make your Wildflower using a curated colorway, I’ve got a few to whet your palate (see what I did there?). You’ll find 5 curated color ways I created using color harmonies – monochromatic, analogous, complementary, triadic and 4- colors. These harmonies go hand in hand with the special bonus, Choosing Colors for Modern Triangle Quilts. Use these as starting points to choose your own colors and harmonies.
- By the way, much of my color inspirations came directly from my Pinterest Board, “I Heart Color”.
- Check out the Bonus Color Trainings – Choosing Color for Modern Triangle Quilts
Members, log in to find the materials lists for each colorway in the “Introductions & Downloads” section. Log in here.
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Choose your favorite color to make the monochromatic colorway, shown below in pink.
Analogous (Optional Kit Available)
Analogous color palettes are always a win win, shown below in blue/green. Grab yourself a kit in my shop.
Complementary (with Kit option)
I’m loving the complementary color scheme and this is the version I’ll make! Order a kit in my shop.
Love these colors! Grab a kit in my shop here.
Triadic (Primary or Red, White, & Blue?)
Personally, I think this would make a really great palette for summer or Fourth of July.
Orrr… Red white and blue? I was really tempted to create a Fourth of July quilt, as I don’t have one! In this mock up I substituted navy for the black.
4 Colors ColorWay
This one puts the pink in sassy!
DIY Color Palette?
Here’s how members can “DIY” their Wildflower BOM Colorway.
There’s all sorts of coloring and planning worksheets, to go along with the color trainings. Then, once colors are finalized, members will be able to figure out how much fabric they’ll need with the handy dandy Yardage Calculator. It’ll help you figure out how much yardage you’ll need for your dream color palette.
What do you think?
So, I’d love to know your thoughts on the Wildflower BOM Colorways I’ve chosen. I’ll be making the Blue/Peach complementary colorway. What will you pick? Will you tweak the colors a bit?
Feel free to share your thoughts below!